Pleasure Island Mardi Gras Parade Schedule

Pleasure Island Mardi Gras Parade Schedule

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ORANGE BEACH, Alabama -

The first Mardi Gras parade in South Baldwin County doesn't roll until Feb. 28th, but Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are already in the carnival spirit.

Revelers will see new floats in some of the seven, scheduled parades, including a pirate-themed ship.

More parades mean more profits for business owners located on the parade route.

The city of Orange Beach is using 50-thousand dollars in BP grant money to market and promote Mardi Gras. The city has invested in about 45 light pole decorations.

Here's a list of parades and times on Pleasure Island:

Feb. 28th Mystical Order of Mirams 6:30pm Orange Beach

March 1st Mystics of Pleasure 5:30pm Orange Beach

Wharf Children's and Pet Parade 4pm Orange Beach

Wharf Float Parade 6pm Orange Beach

Gulf Shores Fat Tuesday parade 10am

Orange Beach Fat Tuesday parade 2pm

 

 

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